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CDC Disputes Claims That COVID-19 Is the Leading US Killer

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CDC Disputes Claims That COVID-19 Is the Leading US Killer

CDC Disputes Claims That COVID-19 Is the Leading US Killer

Claims that the coronavirus had become the leading cause of death in the U.S. have circulated in major new outlets, including Fox News.

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